Category: Movie Reviews

Movie Review: Judas and the Black Messiah (2021)

Anywhere there is people, there is power. -fred hampton- See New Things, Learn New Things Fred Hampton was part of the Black Panther Party. The same one that J. Edgar Hoover saw as a threat to American society. Hampton was born and died in… Continue Reading “Movie Review: Judas and the Black Messiah (2021)”

(Short) Movie Review: Synchronic (2019)

Jamie Dornan Moves Past the Fifty Trilogy I’m sure Jamie Dornan hasn’t looked in his rearview mirror to his role as Christian. This movie gave him the opportunity to gain further the distance from the Fifty Shades trilogy. I haven’t seen him in too… Continue Reading “(Short) Movie Review: Synchronic (2019)”

(Short) Movie Review: Victor Frankenstein (2015)

Make a Good First Impression My first acquaintance with Frankenstein came in an English class where I learned about Mary Wollstonecraft and her daughter Mary Shelley. In most cases, books are better than the movies. While this movie is an adaptation that strays from… Continue Reading “(Short) Movie Review: Victor Frankenstein (2015)”

(Short) Amazon Movie Review: Without Remorse (2021)

(I’ve decided to change my review format for now which basically means making it less rigid, sometimes shorter, and more about what I think people want to read) A Little More Extra Attention, Please If you don’t know Taylor Sheridan, you will know a… Continue Reading “(Short) Amazon Movie Review: Without Remorse (2021)”

Wonder Woman (2017) Vs. Wonder Woman 1984 (2020)

I wanted to see for myself if the reviews were justified. I’m not going to go so far as giving WW1984 a green splat (Rotten Tomatoes). It’s incredibly hard to have a second film be better than the first one. This franchise is similar… Continue Reading “Wonder Woman (2017) Vs. Wonder Woman 1984 (2020)”

Movie Review: Sayonara (1957)

Hey, off with the shoes. You don’t wear shoes in a Japanese house. -Joe Kelly- There are not major spoilers in this review! Japanese Culture on the Big Screen The legacy of Sayonara is similar to the legacy of Gone with the Wind. Both are… Continue Reading “Movie Review: Sayonara (1957)”

Movie Review: The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (1962)

You got a choice, Dishwasher. Either you get out of town, or tonight you be out on that street alone. You be there, and don’t make us come and get you. -LIberty VAlance- There are not major spoilers in this review! Not All Men… Continue Reading “Movie Review: The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (1962)”

Movie Review: The Nice Guys (2016)

I had to question the mermaids. What were you doing while I was working? -Holland March- There are not major spoilers in this review! Not Many Nice Guys Exist in L.A. Whenever I watch movies set in Los Angeles, I look for landmarks and… Continue Reading “Movie Review: The Nice Guys (2016)”

Movie Review: Even Cowgirls Get the Blues (1993)

WELL, I’VE ALWAYS BEEN PROUD OF THE WAY NATURE SINGLED ME OUT. IT’S THE PEOPLE WHO HAVE BEEN DEFORMED BY SOCIETY I FEEL SORRY FOR. -Sissy Hankshaw- There are not major spoilers in this review! Even Cowgirls Like Big Thumbs If you’ve ever heard… Continue Reading “Movie Review: Even Cowgirls Get the Blues (1993)”

Six Movies I’ve Watched in January 2021

Ava (2020) is about an assassin who is being targeted along with her family. The storyline is average and Jessica Chastain holds her own, but I wish there was more action. It is rated R and is one hour and 36 minutes. R.I.P.D. (2013)… Continue Reading “Six Movies I’ve Watched in January 2021”

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